The Small Things is a Precious Moments Blogger & received complimentary product  in return for a feature on this blog. This post may contain affiliate links, clicking on links and making a purchase will earn me commission. All opinions are my own.
I love finding unique and cute items that make the perfect gifts! I love collecting things myself. Precious Moments is a well known brand that I ADORE! These products are one of the most recognized and inspirational brands around. It began more than three decades ago, when Precious Moments creator, Sam Butcher, began drawing the endearing teardrop-eyed children he called "Precious Moments," as gifts for family and friends. Today, his Precious Moments artwork is among the most recognized art in the world, sharing messages of loving, caring and sharing with collectors from around the globe. I am so thrilled to share with you an adorable product that I received in celebration of Father's Day!
The Precious Moments "Good Things Come To Those Who Wait" Figurine is just the CUTEST thing ever. 
 The detail is just amazing and SO cute. 
 Patience is a virtue, and no one knows this better than a seasoned fisherman. A young sportsman happily lounges a day away on the water with his puppy, waiting for the “big one” to bite.
 The eyes always get me! The eyes are SO cute!
The Bisque porcelain figurine is expertly hand painted and it is approximately 4 inches high. You can score this cutie on the Precious Moments website for only $60.99. The "Good Things Come To Those Who Wait" Figurine will make the perfect gift for that special man in your life. Be sure to visit the Precious Moments website to see the other beautiful products that they have to offer. There is something for everybody! You can also visit their social channels below. 
Have you ever been gifted a Precious Moments item? Do you collect them? I would love to hear! 
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